Uniting Children's Advocacy Centers
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Training

On Demand Trainings

Statewide Forensic Interview Peer Review

Forensic interview peer review is crucial to maintaining the skills necessary to improve practice to conduct age-appropriate and legally-defensible forensic  interviews with children. CAM has experienced forensic interviewers available to come to your community and provide feedback and suggestions to improve individual interviewing techniques in a supportive and non-judgmental setting. This peer review is available at no-cost to communities. To schedule a peer review in your community, contact the CAM Executive Director Brenda George at (406) 672-2136 or click here to register.

Mental Health Professionals Support Calls with Dr. Hoch

Dr. Hoch is the Associate Director of Counseling at the Psychological Services Center at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ. She is also a TF-CBT Master Trainer. She has provided TF-CBT Training and Consultation in Montana for over 10 years.

The NCA Standards for Accreditation require a mental health practitioner to engage in peer review with an advanced practitioner. This can be complicated for therapists who may not have access to an advanced practitioner who is trained in trauma treatment in child abuse.

Join the calls to staff cases, access national expertise, and connect with peers. This event is sponsored by Children’s Alliance of Montana and is FREE. To sign up, please contact Brenda George at (406) 672-2136 or email her at director@childrensalliancemt.org

Upcoming Training Events

7th Annual Montana Children's Justice Conference - Save the Date May 11-12, 2022

A Cross-Disciplinary Conference for Multidisciplinary Teams

New Conference Location in Big Sky, MT: Residence Inn by Marriott Big Sky / The Wilson Hotel

Past Training Events